Innovation Forward: Technology and Diabetes Care

 

We have arrived at a new era in diabetes care. Innovative digital technologies mean blood glucose management and monitoring is becoming easier than ever which in turn could mean improved health outcomes and a greatly increased quality of life for the 34 million Americans living with diabetes. However, issues of access and affordability, user experience, and health system capability can be roadblocks, limiting equitable access and optimal use of these innovations.

This begs the question of whether health policy and practice need to be re-thought in order to maximize the opportunity and value of this new era. What barriers stand in the way of access to technological advances in diabetes care? How can policymakers reform systems to create more equitable access to medical technologies? What effects will innovative patient care have on the psycho-social needs of those living with diabetes?/p>

The Hill will bring together policymakers and health experts for an in-depth look into the newly digitized world of diabetes care and discuss how we can open the door to improved care outcomes for all.

 

Wednesday, November 18th

2:00PM ET/11:00AM PT

Featuring:

  • Murray Aitken, Executive Director, IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science
  • Rep. Michael Burgess, M.D. (R-TX), Republican leader, Subcommittee on Health
  • Rep. Robin Kelly (D-IL), Chair, Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust
  • Dr. Anne Peters, Director, Westside Center for Diabetes, USC
  • Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, Chair, Minority Affairs Section (MAS), American Medical Association

Moderator:

  • Steve Clemons, Editor-at-Large, The Hill

Sponsor Perspective:

  • Marie Schiller, VP, Connected Care and Insulins Product Development; Site Head, Cambridge Innovation Center, Eli Lilly and Company

Join the conversation! Tweet us @TheHillEvent using #TheHillDiabetes

 

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